- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Paris. It was a clear day so you could see a long way.
Back on level one they had setup a free ice skating rink, and Billy briefly traded his shoes for skates, and went ice skating on the Eiffel Tower, definitely something he can tick off his bucket list. Some Nutella crepes (Billy’s favourite by this time), and Churros from the market stalls near the tower as we headed back. ...
... which I guess was fine because we were surrounded by them. At the end we stayed there for a couple of hours and got to see 3 things we wanted to see (the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and Medici). However while getting to those places, which took a long time, we saw many beautiful pieces of artwork and ornate, amazing hallways and sculptures- to think people lived in that Palace- it was amazing!!
We then went home and Marcus had prepared ...
... here. But best of all not 20 metres away from the hotel is a health food store with great selection of Sans Gluten products, so Greg and I made a little picnic in our room with smoked salmon, goat cheese a crusty warm roll for Greg and Sans Gluten bread for me. Recharged we are now off to walk to the Place de Vosges, thanks Linley for her excellent book <i>Walks in Paris.</i> Map in hand we headed to down ...
... Took the obligatory 100 photos from every angle of the tower. Then onto the next wonder of Paris, a patisserie. Oh My Gosh they are to die for. Sitting in a Paris park eating French cakes that had been lovingly wrapped in colorful paper, could it get any better? Walked along the Seine was beautiful with many people enjoying the scenery. Liz and I got our daily exercise playing totem tennis. There were about 6 poles set ...
... at the archetypal street cafe on the way. The walk to the tower took us down some beautiful tree lined streets with the typical five to six storied buildings. Just lovely being off the beaten track a bit. Only two people in front of us at the ticket office for individuals, so quite a contrast to Eiffel. Only takes 38 seconds in the lift to go up 56 floors to the main observation deck. You can then walk up last the flights of steps to an ...